Chinese thought, from Confucius to Mao TseĢ‚-tung

Author
Published
  • Chicago : London : University of Chicago Press c1953
Physical description
ix, 292 pages ; 22 cm
ISBN
  • 0226120295 (cloth)
  • 9780226120294 (cloth)
  • 0226120309 (paper)
  • 9780226120300 (paper)
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 266-271).
Contents
  • The need for sensation as a prerequisite for motivation to engage in academic tasks / E.M. Anderman et al. -- Students' sense of belonging in school / L.H. Anderman, T.M. Freeman -- The significance of motivational culture in schools serving African American adolescents: a goal theory approach / K.E. Freeman -- Achievement goals and intergroup relations / A. Kaplan -- Multicultural education and achievement goal theory: school reforms for education in a culturally pluralistic society / R. Kumar -- Person and context: theoretical and practical concerns in achievement goal theory / E.A. Linnenbrink -- Developing adolescent literacy in high poverty middle schools: the impact of talent development's reforms across multiple years and sites / D. Mac Iver et al. -- Motivating through challenge: promoting a positive press for learning / M. Middleton -- Re-examining classroom mastery goal structure / H. Patrick -- Competing schools of thought in achievement goal theory? / R.W. Roeser -- Young adolescents' social motivation: an achievement goal theory perspective / A.M. Ryan et al. -- Are challenge and caring compatible in middle school mathematics classrooms? / J.C. Turner, D.K. Meyer -- Can achievement goal theory guide school reform? / T. Urdano.
Genre
  • Bibliography
  • text
Language
  • English

Summary

  • A summary of Chinese thought and philosophy including Confucianism, the ideas of Mo-tsu and Mencius, Taoism, Legalism and their variations and adaptations.

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